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Break down and cry?

IFA Promotion’s latest press campaign shrieks: “UK employees will miss out on a staggering 285m of tax breaks this year by failing to take advantage of employee share schemes.”

While IFAP clearly does a lot of good work in selling the virtues of independent advice, the Diary thinks that blanket promotion of employee share schemes displays a distinct bout of short-term amnesia.

As we are sure Rail- track employees will tell you, a tax break on b*gger all is still b*gger all.

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